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William H. Sproul, Kansas

John M. Evans, Montana Gale H. Stalker, New York

Edgar Howard, Nebraskal Harold Knutson, Minnesota

Wilburn Cartwright, Oklahoma William Williamson, South Dakota

James T. Igoe, Illinois Frederick D. Letts, Iowa

William F. Brunner, New York Hurbert H. Peavey, Wisconsin

Joseph L. Smith, West Virginia Samuel S. Arentz, Nevada

Joseph A. Gavagan, New York Harry L. Englebright, California George F. Brumm, Pennsylvania Oscar S. DePriest, Illinois Thomas J. Halsey, Missouri Edmond F. Cooke, New York Charles O'Connor, Oklahoma Dan A. Sutherland, Alaska Territory On February 18, 1930, Joseph A. Gavagan, New York, was excused from the Committee and William H Granfield, Massachusetts was appointed to the Committee in his place.

Seventy-Second Congress

(1931-1933)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Edgar Howard, Nebraska

John M. Evans, Montana

Scott Leavitt, Montana Wilburn Cartwright, Oklahoma

Harold D. Knutson, Minnesota Joseph L. Smith, West Virginia

William Williamson, South Dakota William P. Connery, Jr., Massachusetts Hurbert H. Peavy, Wisconsin Samuel Dickstein, New York

Oscar S. DePriest, Illinois William I. Sirovich, New York

Edmond F. Cooke, New York Bernhard M. Jacobsen, Iowa

George A. Welsh, Pennsylvania Dennis Chavez, New Mexico

Frederick C. Loofbourow, Utah Edward A. Kelly, Ilinois

Fred C. Gilchrest, Iowa Andrew L. Somers, New York

James Wickersham, Alaska Territory Robert S. Hall, Mississippi On May 31, 1932, George A. Welsh, Pennsylvania, resigned from the House of Representatives.

Seventy-Third Congress

(1933-1935)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Edgar Howard, Nebraska

Wilburn Cartwright, Oklahoma

Hubert H. Peavey, Wisconsin Joseph L. Smith, West Virginia

Oscar S. DePriest, Illinois Samuel Dickstein, New York

Fred C. Gilchrist, Iowa Dennis Chavez, New Mexico

Samuel L. Collins, California Will Rogers, Oklahoma

Theodore Christianson, Minnesota Roy E. Ayers, Montana Thomas D.P. O'Malley, Wisconsin Henry E. Stubbs, California William R. Carpenter, Kansas Knute Hill, Washington Orrice A. Murdock, Jr., Utah Theodore B. Werner, South Dakota Frank H. Lee, Missouri Ernest Lundeen, Minnesota Anthony J. Dimond, Alaska Territory On March 27, 1933, Theodore B. Werner, South Dakota, was excused from the Committee. On January 20, 1934, William R. Carpenter, Kansas, was excused from the Committee. On February 7, 1934, Isabella S. Greenway, Arizona, was appointed to the Committee.

Seventy-Fourth Congress

(1935-1937)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Will Rogers, Oklahoma Wilburn Cartwright, Oklahoma

Fred C. Gilchrest, Iowa Joseph L. Smith, West Virginia

Samuel L. Collins, California Samuel Dickstein, New York

Isaac H. Doutrich, Pennsylvania Roy E. Ayers, Montana

Fred L. Crawford, Michigan Thomas D.P. O'Malley, Wisconsin

John George Stewart, Delaware Henry E. Stubbs, California

Usher L. Burdick, North Dakota Knute Hill, Washington Orrice Abe Murdock, Jr., Utah Theodore B. Werner, South Dakota Isabella S. Greenway, Arizona William R.Carpenter, Kansas John S. McGroarty, California Elmer J. Ryan, Minnesota Bernard J. Gehrmann, Wisconsin Anthony J. Dimond, Alaska Territory

Seventy-Fifth Congress

(1937-1939)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Will Rogers, Oklahoma

Wilburn Cartwright, Oklahoma

Fred C. Gilchrest, Iowa Joseph L . Smith, West Virginia

Fred L. Crawford, Michigan Samuel Dickstein, New York

Francis H. Case, South Dakota Thomas D.P. O'Malley, Wisconsin

Fred J. Douglas, New York Henry E. Stubbs, California

Usher L. Burdick, North Dakota Knute Hill, Washington Elmer J. Ryan, Minnesota James F. O'Connor, Montana Nan W. Honeyman, Oregon John R. Murdock, Arizona Harry R. Sheppard, California Bernard J. Gehrmann, Wisconsin Dewey W. Johnson, Minnesota Richard T. Buckler, Minnesota Anthony J. Dimond, Alaska Territory On January 4, 1937, Usher L. Burdick, North Dakota, was excused from the Committee. On February 2, 1937, Henry E. Stubbs, died in office. On November 24, 1937, Bruce Barton, New York, was appointed to the Committee.

Seventy-Sixth Congress

(1939-1941)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Will Rogers, Oklahoma

Wilburn Cartwright, Oklahoma

Fred C. Gilchrest, Iowa Joseph L. Smith, West Virginia

Usher L. Burdick, North Dakota Samuel Dickstein, New York

Fred J. Douglas, New York Knute Hill, Washington

John C. Schafer, Wisconsin James F. O'Connor, Montana

Frederick C. Smith, Ohio John R. Murdock, Arizona

Karl E. Mundt, South Dakota Harry R. Sheppard, California

Frederick V. Bradley, Minnesota Lindley Beckworth, Texas

Carl T. Curtis, Nebraska Bernard J. Gehrmann, Wisconsin Richard T. Buckler, Minnesota Compton I, White, Idaho Martin F. Smith, Washington Anthony J. Dimond, Alaska Territory On February 8, 1939, Lindley Beckworth, Texas, was excused from the Committee. On March 29, 1939, Harry R. Sheppard, California, was excused from the Committee. On April 12, 1939, Lansdale G. Sassler, Maryland, was appointed to the Committee after Martin F. Smith, Washington. On November 3, 1939, Frederick V. Bradley, Minnesota, was excused from the Committee. On January 22, 1940, Carl T. Curtis, Nebraska, was excused from the Committee. On March 7, 1940, Francis P. Bolton, Ohio, was appointed to the Committee. On May 1, 1940, John Hyde Sweet, Nebraska, was appointed to the Committee.

Seventy-Seventh Congress

(1941-1943)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Will Rogers, Oklahoma

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Wilburn Cartwright, Oklahoma

Fred C. Gilchrest, Iowa Joseph L. Smith, West Virginia

Usher L. Burdick, North Dakota Samuel Dickstein, New York

Fred J. Douglas, New York James F. O'Connor, Montana

Richard P. Gale, Minnesota John R. Murdock, Arizona

William S. Hill, Colorado Compton I. White, Idaho

Philip A. Bennett, Missouri Martin F. Smith, Washington

Karl E. Mundt, South Dakota
Walter K Granger, Utah

Robert F. Rockwell, Colorado
Clinton P. Anderson, New Mexico
John J. McIntyre, Wyoming
Bernard J. Gehrmann, Wisconsin
Richardt. Buckler, Minnesota
Anthony J. Dimond, Alaska Territory
On October 17, 1941, William S. Hill, Colorado, was excused from the Committee.
On December 17, 1941, Wilson D. Gillette, Pennsylvania, was appointed to the Committee.
On December 7, 1942, Philip A. Bennett, Missouri, died in office.

Seventy-Eighth Congress

(1943-1945)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

James F. O'Connor, Montana

Joseph L . Smith, West Virginia

Fred C. Gilchrest, Iowa Samuel Dickstein, New York

Usher L. Burdick, North Dakota John R. Murdock, Arizona

Fred J. Douglas, New York Compton I. White, Idaho

Richard P. Gale, Minnesota Robert A. Green, Florida

Karl E. Mundt, South Dakota Nat Patton, Texas

Wilson D. Gillette, Pennsylvania Henry M. Jackson, Washington

Robert F. Rockwell, Colorado George E. Outland, California

Otis H. Holmes, Washington
Antonio M. Fernandez, New Mexico

Samuel W. Arnold, Missouri
W. Arthur Winstead, Mississippi
Harry Sauthoff, Wisconsin
Anthony J. Dimond, Alaska Territory
On March 22, 1944, George E. Outland, California, was excused form the Committee.
On April 18, 1944, William G. Stigler, Oklahoma, was appointed to the Committee.
On April 22, 1944, Robert Alex Green, Florida, was excused from the Committee.

Seventy-Ninth Congress

(1945-1947)

Majority: Democrat
Minority: Republican

Henry M. Jackson, Washington

Samuel Dickstein, New York

Karl E. Mundt, South Dakota John R. Murdock, Arizona

Robert F. Rockwell, Colorado Compton I. White, Idaho

Otis H. Holmes, Washington Antonio M. Fernandez, New Mexico

Samuel W. Arnold, Missouri William G. Stigler, Oklahoma

Charles R. Robertson, North Dakota Mike J. Mansfield, Montana

Edgar A. Sharp, New York Ellis E. Patterson, California

George B. Schwabe, Oklahoma William J. Greene, Jr., Pennsylvania Cleveland M. Bailey, West Virginia Adam C. Powell, Jr., New York William J. Gallagher, Minnesota Berkeley L. Bunker, Nevada Edward L. Bartlett, Alaska Territory On June 25, 1945, Wesley A. D’Ewart, Montana, was appointed to the Committee after George B. Schwabe, Oklahoma. On October 2, 1945, Mike J. Mansfield, Montana, was excused from the Committee. On December 30, 1945, Samuel Dickstein, New York, resigned from the House of Representatives. On April 16, 1946, George B. Schwabe, Oklahoma, was excused from the Committee. On June 14, 1946, Carl H. Hoffman, Pennsylvania, was appointed to the Committee. On August 13, 1946, William J. Gallagher, Minnesota, died in office.

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